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CBS
Nov 25, 2009 6:00am EST
. christian came to america when he was ten years old, when julian adopted him from a chinese orphanage. >> he was found in february of '99 end under an overpass. >> haunted by vague childhood memories of his family christian wanted answers. >> they left me and they abandoned me. that's what i thought the whole time. >> when he turned 14 he really started to seriously talk about finding his birth parents. >> reporter: from her home on maryland's eastern shore, julia searched extensively for christian's family contacting an organization that searching for missing children in china. >> i got an email back, they found him. >> reporter: the email contained a bomb shell for christian, his father says they were separated on route from a small town a local village. he searched frantically, but never saw his little boy again. >> oh my heart just broke as a mom you just immediately ache for that mom and that dad, what they went there thru. >> reporter: in august julia and christian boarded a flight to china, a chinese tv station flew christian's family to beijing for the dramatic reunion. >> the first
CBS
Nov 30, 2009 6:00am EST
family can get more out of less. smooooooth. [ female announcer ] charmin ultra soft. america's softest bath tissue. >>> it is wjz, maryland's news administration. >>> we are now in the 6:00 hour, and wrapping up november in fairly nice fashion and starting out a new week of working and commuting. christy will have the latest on that. tim williams is in for marty in first warning weather. >> we are ening oen a mild note. yesterday we got to just around 67. today about 10 cooler than that, but still, above the normal temperature for the last day of november. take a look at your forecast. starting in the 50s area wide we will get up to a high with rain moveing into the region this afternoon of about 57, back down into the 40s for tonight. we stay mild, the rain doesn't stay with us but it will be moving through this afternoon, late this morning into early afternoon. we have the complete updated forecast coming up. >>> thank you, christy if nor sharon gee gibala, no problems on delays in either direction. as for the beltway, an easy ride in and around. we industrial the crash to watch for
CBS
Nov 4, 2009 6:00am EST
by toyota. choose from one of america's best cars or trucks. toyota, moving forward. back to you. >>> when i go to the bel-loc, i love sitting at the counter. you want to talk about a deco piece of restaurant equipment. that milk machine there. >> the dairy farm is now a housing development. it has been there for and a day. >> reporter: isn't that amazing? the bel-loc has been here for 45 years. we are live at the bel-loc diner at raven and joppa. just recognized by "southern living" magazine as one of the best diners on the east coast. >> good morning. >> reporter: a full lot is the end result of 50 years of hard work. >> sometimes people try to be something i'm not. i know i'm a diner. >> reporter: inspiration for a movie. not much has changed here. >> we came here in 1988. we have been coming off and on since then. that says something about the quality. >> very fortunate. that is what most of us business is. >> reporter: this week, the regulars see something new. a first place award from "southern living" magazine. >> i agree with them. the best noodle soup there is. >> it is ranked numbe
CBS
Nov 6, 2009 6:00am EST
's military tightening security after the worst ever shooting in america history. 13 people are dead after a military psychiatrist opened fire on service people in texas. we have the complete coverage. >> reporter: it's a day of mourning in fort hood texas, scene of the worst shooting spree ever at a military base. >> there was a single shooter shot at the scene. however, he was not killed as previously reported. >> reporter: authorities say he is nidal malik hasan, a psychiatrist about to be ship overseas. he open fire on his fellow comrades. 13 people died. 31 others wounded. >> i just have been nerves on end, trying to figure out what is going on here. >> reporter: officials are trying to make sense of what has happened. why a soldier would turn on his own. >> you don't expect your own battle buddy to do that. >> reporter: he was transferred to fort hood after a poor performance review. he had possible internet posts of suicide bombing and threats. he got into arguments with soldiers who supported the war. >> reporter: it's bad enough when we lose them overseas, it's horrifying they
CBS
Nov 11, 2009 6:00am EST
. same if for the west side at liberty and 95 at 152. you can choose from one of america's best selections with, click on buy at toyota.com, back to you guy. >> let's get right to the roster because this is incredible. check this out. this is the number one seller. >> done at wal-mart. >> this wal-mart in dundoff is the number one selling store in the chain. >> we couldn't hear you. >> hang on. >> ronnie, hang on. we will get back. >> what you were saying g stephen king is coming there. this is why. >> kind of a -- >> how about now? o r okay. we have you now. what you were telling me is that in the entire chain, this one is the top sellers of stephen king novels. >> that's right. a quick trivia question, how many books do i don't you think he has sold. >> 35. >> million. >> 350 million. >> i was thinking of individual titles. >> 350 million i am told he has not done a book signing in 18 years and he's their night at the wal-mart. these folks are in line, 150 people already, and they're lined up around the corner. mr. king is not here until 6:00 this evening. the first people i
CBS
Nov 18, 2009 6:00am EST
on the outer loop at 795 and edmonton. you can choose from one of america's best selections of cars and suvs. click on buyatoyota.com. >>> a change in the trial of sheila dixon's theft trial. it is mary bubala who is leading our complete coverage. >> reporter: good morning, don. the jury is due back here at the courthouse at 9:00 a.m. today. they will hear from more defense witnesses after the state prosecutor surprised so many by resting his case yesterday without putting his key witness on the stand. the decision not to put ronald lipscomb on the stand led the judge to throw out two of the seven counts of the indictment. >> we are pleased. they did not put mr. lipscomb on the stand. >> reporter: all this came when the state prosecutor rested his case after three and a half days of witness testimony. prosecutors are relying on the testimony of developer patrick turner. on monday, turner told jurors that sheila dixon requested gift cards for the needy and he delivered $1,000 from best buy and target. turner's testimony will stand, but the judge instructed jurors to disregard testimony from s
CBS
Nov 23, 2009 6:00am EST
one of america's best selections of cars, trucks and suvs. click on buy@toyota.com. now it's time for what we've been waiting for all morning. the mammoth manic monday meltdown. ♪ >>> the beginning of the half hour leading up to the finest five minutes of television in the united states of america. let's throw it to ron matz live at fells point. >> reporter: good morning, how are you guys doing on this fabulous monday morning? >> we're doing fantastic. [cheering and applause] >> reporter: in this segment we'll meet all the folks who have been kind enough to come down here this morning. all right... everybody... let's, we want to meet folks and we want everybody to hear. how are you? >> i'm casey from the casey garris foundation. >> reporter: thanks for coming down. excellent. your name, sir? >> i'd be bobby nick. >> reporter: good to see you. who do we have here? >> i'm mary. this is the volunteer fire department juniors. we want to give you our 65th anniversary shirt. >> reporter: in another year, that's where i'm going to be. good to see you. who do we have right here? >> mack
CBS
Nov 3, 2009 6:00am EST
and women here for all they do for baltimore, maryland and the united states of america. thank you so much. give yourselves a big hand. thank you. thank you. pleasure to meet you. don and marty, back to you. dunkin' donuts saluting heroes. back to you on tv hill. >>> thank you. coming up next on our morning edition. >> they terrorized us. >> they have to stop whoever is doing this. >> for john allen muhammad, the end is near. for others. >> it will never end. >> next. Ñ?Ñ? hey there, this is your lamp. why don't you show the lady how romantic you can be by turning me off? you'll set the mood while using a lot less energy. maybe later you can hook me up with a cfl. it will show how much you care for the environment. [announcer] learn to speak the language of energy efficiency at bgesmartenergy.com, where you'll find plenty of energy-saving tips. ahhhhh. the passion. ♪ tell me who's watching. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ (announcer) it's right here. it's easy. ♪ i always feel like somebody's watching me. ♪ it's the money you could be saving with geico. >>> all r
CBS
Nov 20, 2009 6:00am EST
, the governor announces a job to bring jobs in the area. it will be a partnership with ports america to run a marine terminal. it will create about 3,000 construction jobs and 2700 positions related to operations. the deal tied into the widening of the panama canal. it needs to be upgradeed for the new tankers using the canal. >>> baltimore's two sports venues are going greener. the board of public works approveed upgrades to make them more energy efficient. the stadiums get high-energy light fixures and bulbs and the heating and air-conditioning systems will be retrofitted. . >>> and the ravens look ahead to indianapolis inside the purple palace this weekend. you see the ravens playing the colts here on wjz.com. tomorrow, the maryland team play the seminoles. you can see maryland and florida state here at noon on wjz 13. >>> the queen of daytime tv will soon wrap up her talk show. the oprah show will come to an end. the last show rumored to be september 2011. it airs in 140 different countries, she's come a long way from working here. she used to be here with the morning edition and the
CBS
Nov 27, 2009 6:00am EST
of america atm several times over the last few months and officials say that that helped thieves steal account from more than a hundred customers' cards. >> be observant. see if there is anything out of the ordinary that you would not see on an atm machine. >> and people believe that the same men have struck several other atms as well. >>> more uncertainty for mayor sheila dickson as she awaits to find out the outcome of her theft trial. the mayor is keeping a low profile this holiday. >> i said i'm blessed to be alive. >> reporter: even as the jury decided her fate behind closed doors this week. the mayor trying to keep to her pub bick schedule. to handing out turkeys to handling of board of estimate meetings. and most of the time she did it with a smile. >>> if felony theft count alone clouds a possible 15 year jail sentence. prosecutors accuse is the mayor of stealing cards from the needy. >> having a jury deliberate is probably one of the most stressful things one can imagine. and particularly when the deliberations extend over this long a period of time. it must be particularly
CBS
Nov 10, 2009 6:00am EST
. >> it did. it changed america tremendously. it has changed news paper tremendously. it certainly changed the baltimore sunment we had one correspondent in world war one. that was it, none before at that. >> that is indecreeable. >> how many during world war 2. >> rotating over a dozen. >> it is trullly incredible. we are doing a web ebbing at that. this is just an enormous topic we can't do it in five minutes. so we invite you afterwards to join us in this conversation with joe. when you sat down you wanted tell us the story of the cover and we stopped you. >> this cover was taken by a correspondent lee. in spite of having to write thousands of words everyday, because we had a huge news hold on the base, he would, he did take some fantastic pictures, we thought this was just one of his best. this was taken during the battle. you can see how cold and how miserable it was. we also have something else to show the folks. cartoons to this day. >> yes. >> i think just such a unique art form. cal has been on the show, kevin so many times. this is a great one here. >> yes, ed he won three, and t
CBS
Nov 24, 2009 6:00am EST
there at hartford road. this is brought to you by toyota, cheese one of america's best selections 16 different choices click on buy it toyota.com. moving forward back over to you. >>> take it away pal. >> reporter: i am live at the salt dome brooklynville baltimore county yes, indeed, it is coming some time this winter now state highway administration has a new substance to mix with salt to fight the inevitable. are you ready for this? really it is coming. the state spent $52 million last year keeping roads passable this year a bit of a food fight. you know they use rock salt now straight from the pantry, molasses made from sugar beats. >> not going to do anything to your tires, your car, not going to mess up your transmission going to help us control keeping the roads clear. >> reporter: they have 8 special trucks, tanks to be filled with the molasses, liquid salt mixture. >> fill your tank up, little blow spout comes out once it hits the ground you are ready to go. >> reporter: it is sticky. that is the idea. >> cuts down on the scatter of the salt when it springs from the truck and also non
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